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Much to the joy of quickscopers everywhere, Call of Duty: Warzone has added two new snipers in as many weeks. The first was the ZRG 20mm that was introduced in the Season 2 Reloaded update and the latest is the Swiss K31 introduced in Season 3.
While some may argue other categories needed some attention, fans of sniper rifles certainly aren’t complaining. Once the Swiss K31 is unlocked, it’s free to use in both Warzone and Black Ops Cold War. Of course, once that’s achieved, the next step is figuring out what attachments to run on the game’s latest sniper.
Best Swiss K31 loadout in Warzone
A bolt-action sniper, the Swiss K31 is a compact weapon that doesn’t quite pack the punch other guns in the class do. However, it features great quickscoping ability and player mobility, allowing some aggressive playstyles.
For fans of longer-range engagements on the new Verdansk ’84 map, the Swiss K31 may not be the best weapon to pick from a loadout drop. However, its top loadout does feature some attachments that make it at least serviceable at ranges past 50 meters.
The main focus of this loadout though, is bringing the gun up quickly for close to medium range gunfights.
- Muzzle: GRU Suppressor
- Barrel: 24.9″ Combat Recon
- Optic: Axial Arms 3x
- Rear Grip: Serpent Wrap
- Stock: Raider Stock
For long-range encounters, the 24.9″ Combat Recon barrel and Axial Arms 3x scope are equipped. The former helps with overall range and bullet velocity. The latter provides a solid zoom that still allows players to scope in at closer ranges.
The fast aim aspect of the loadout comes from the Serpent Wrap and Raider Stock. The Serpent Wrap increases the Swiss K31’s aim-down-sight time by 25%, with the Raider Stock providing a 30% increase to sprint-to-fire time.
Finally, the GRU Suppressor is a common sight for Black Ops Cold War guns in Warzone. It decreases vertical recoil while also keeping players off the radar when firing, resulting in a solid addition to this Warzone Swiss K31 loadout.
Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.